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The Zo

This post isn’t so much a blog of my original thoughts so much as a recommendation. I recently came across an incredible series of videos produced by The Marshall Project entitled “The Zo.” The project is the result of Johns Hopkins’ student Patrick Doolittle’s senior ...

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